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I did a manual setup of ProGet and everything seems to be working.
I did not run the service and the Administration screen says "Service is not currently running". I do see an "Ignore" button.
Do I need to run this service when hosting it in IIS? And if yes, how to install without running a webserver inside of it?
Thanks.

Product: ProGet
Version: 3.0.1

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Hey guys we get this two errors today in the morning can you tell us what mean the error msg?

Application: ProGet.Service.exe
Framework Version: v4.0.30319
Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.
Exception Info: System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException
Stack:
   at Inedo.TimedExecuterBase.ExecuteMethodHost(System.Object)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(System.Threading.ExecutionContext, System.Threading.ContextCallback, System.Object, Boolean)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(System.Threading.ExecutionContext, System.Threading.ContextCallback, System.Object, Boolean)
   at System.Threading.TimerQueueTimer.CallCallback()
   at System.Threading.TimerQueueTimer.Fire()
   at System.Threading.TimerQueue.FireNextTimers()

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Faulting application name: ProGet.Service.exe, version: 3.0.0.2, time stamp: 0x53236ab3
Faulting module name: KERNELBASE.dll, version: 6.3.9600.16656, time stamp: 0x5318237f
Exception code: 0xe0434352
Fault offset: 0x00000000000043c8
Faulting process id: 0xf40
Faulting application start time: 0x01cf55a208ca320c
Faulting application path: C:\Program Files\ProGet\Service\ProGet.Service.exe
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\system32\KERNELBASE.dll
Report Id: 5f908023-c383-11e3-80be-00155d015703
Faulting package full name: 
Faulting package-relative application ID

Proget is hosted on Windows 2012R2 in IIS 8.5 .

Product: ProGet
Version: 3.0.0

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For a code check-in triggered build, there is a quiet period, to avoid triggering to many builds when there are many check-in's, but there is no similar function for a URL triggered build. If a URL triggered build is triggered by an external build system, in my case TFS, and there are multiple builds used as artifacts in the same deployment plan, each completed TFS build would initiate a deployment. Is there a way to avoid each build to trigger a deployment in a similar way as the quiet period?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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We are using BuildMaster to deploy builds that are created in TFS. We have just started this, and it works fine, although we now need to re-evaluate our approach with environments/releases in BuildMaster. We are expanding this to more applications, and strategies for re-use of deployment plans and action groups becomes an issue. In our model, we have multiple environments within each promotion step, so we do not only have a linear Dev->QA->Stage->Prod promotion model. We have sub-environments within a "promotion level" environment, and we are switching tasks for those sub-environments. While not providing exact details, say we have 5 dev systems named Dev1, Dev2..Dev5, then 5 QA systems called QA1, QA2..QA5, then a couple of staging environments and a prod with many servers. At the moment, I have set this up in BuildMaster so that each environment has their own deployment plan, so I have a Dev1 plan, a Dev2 plan etc. Problem is maintenance and scalability. I experiment with the linked action group concept, and that may be one option, but the problem with that is that I cannot hard-code servers for each environment, but have to use variables. Then select servers at deployment time, which defeats the idea with a predefined environment. Then, I might as well just use one deployment plan for all Dev environments, and select servers per variable at deployment plan. It will be similar to linking action groups. The only other way is to keep one deployment plan for each instance of each environment, but that is a lot of maintenance. Does anyone have ideas for how to handled this, or are there functions and features in BuildMaster that I am missing?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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I had version 2.2.11 of ProGet installed. I grabbed the upgrade installer (without SQL Express) for 2.2.13 and ran it. The installer failed with an access denied on C:\Program Files\ProGet\WebApp\Resources\Scripts.

Further attempts to run it are now failing because of a FileNotFoundException. From the stack trace in the event log, it sounds like it's trying to grab info about the current installation, but the previous installation attempt had already deleted a load of the files.

This isn't a problem for me anymore since I just uninstalled it via Add or Remove Programs, and grabbed the full version with SQL Express, but I figured you guys might want to know about this.

Here's the stack trace for the FileNotFoundException:

Application: ProGet.Setup.exe
Framework Version: v4.0.30319
Description: The process was terminated due to an unhandled exception.
Exception Info: System.IO.FileNotFoundException
Stack:
   at System.IO.__Error.WinIOError(Int32, System.String)
   at System.IO.FileStream.Init(System.String, System.IO.FileMode, System.IO.FileAccess, Int32, Boolean, System.IO.FileShare, Int32, System.IO.FileOptions, SECURITY_ATTRIBUTES, System.String, Boolean, Boolean, Boolean)
   at System.IO.FileStream..ctor(System.String, System.IO.FileMode, System.IO.FileAccess, System.IO.FileShare, Int32, System.IO.FileOptions, System.String, Boolean)
   at System.IO.FileStream..ctor(System.String, System.IO.FileMode, System.IO.FileAccess, System.IO.FileShare, Int32)
   at System.Xml.XmlUrlResolver.GetEntity(System.Uri, System.String, System.Type)
   at System.Xml.XmlTextReaderImpl.FinishInitUriString()
   at System.Xml.XmlReaderSettings.CreateReader(System.String, System.Xml.XmlParserContext)
   at System.Xml.Linq.XDocument.Load(System.String, System.Xml.Linq.LoadOptions)
   at Inedo.ProGet.Setup.ProGetInstallerOptions.ReadServiceInfo(System.Version)
   at Inedo.ProGet.Setup.ProGetInstallerOptions.ReadCurrentInstallation(System.Version)
   at Inedo.Installer.InstallerApplication.Run[[System.__Canon, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089],[System.__Canon, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089],[System.__Canon, mscorlib, Version=4.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089]](System.String[])
   at Inedo.ProGet.Setup.App.Main(System.String[])

Product: ProGet
Version: 2.2.13

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When viewing the dynamic view of release notes (http://bmserver/administration/updates), the release notes are not working anymore. It correctly produces the number of changes for the release delta (for example, if there are two changes between 4.1.6 and 4.1.7, there are two bullet points, but no text describing the items--it only has blank bullet points.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.5

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We are using BuildMaster as a deployment tool, that picks up builds from a Team Foundation Server dropfolder. At the moment, we are picking up the latest green build, but I want to be able to support a pick and choose scenario as well, since we are deploying to multiple environments and need to be able to pinpoint certain builds to use for deployment to certain environments. I believe that I can crate a variable and pick build by freeform text, but that requires me to go to the TFS environment to find the build to use. When I install a new application in BuildMaster, buildmaster is able to provide a list of all available TFS build definitions, and when I get the latest build in my "Create Artifact from TFS Build Output" action, there must be some interaction going on with the TFS server, that lists all builds and figures the latest green one. So could there be a variable to use in order to get a dropdown list of builds for the specific build definition from TFS?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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We're working in C#, in Visual Studio. We have a fair amount of code in shared DLLs, that we use in a number of projects. When we reference a shared DLL, we do it in one of two ways - we either put a copy of the correctly-versioned DLL in a known place, and add a reference to it in our app's project file, or we put the entire project source tree in a known place and add a project reference to our app's project file. (Depending, of course, on how tightly-bound the DLL's release schedule is to the app's release schedule. If the DLL is essentially fixed, we simply put a copy of it in ~/DLLS, if it's being developed simultaneously with the app, we check out it's entire source tree into ~/externs/dllproject.)

I'm trying to replicate the latter pattern, using a simple test app and test DLL, in BuildMaster. I added the DLL project as a dependency to the app project, and created a deployment plan for the project that included "Get Latest", and "Build MSBuild Project". Then I created a new build. The checkout succeeded, and the build failed. Which doesn't surprise me, because the dependent project wasn't checked out. What did surprise me was that there was no effort made to check out the dependent project, in the logs. BuildMaster is not automatically building the dependencies.

So I've been looking for any action that might be involved in building the deployables, but I've not been able to find one.

How is this normally done?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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Is there an example of creating a simple deployment plan for msbuild? I'm sure the problems I'm having have simple answers...

I have a C# solution and project checked into subversion. I created a project in BuildMaster with an empty deployment plan, and started from scratch.

I have a "Get Latest" action that is successfully checking out the project from SVN.

I have a "Build MSBuild Project" action that is successfully compiling the project.

I have a "Create Build Artifact" action that is successfully creating a zipfile of the entire project directory.

I have a "Deploy Build Artifact" action that successfully unzipping the project to my specified destination directory.

My problem? I don't want to deploy the entire build directory, I only want to deploy the single DLL.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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When are you planning on releasing an update with the ability to control how many versions of a package are kept in a feed? It would be nice if there was a way to add this ourselves via your API if you are not planning to add this in the very near future. Please advise.

Product: ProGet
Version: 3.0.1

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I'm trying out BuildMaster. I've done the "Accounts" walkthrough, without a problem. Now I'm trying to build one of our .NET apps, pulled from our SVN server.

I click on "Create New Application", select ".NET Application", enter a name, and click "Next".

In "step 2 of 7", I choose our Source Control Provider (a local instance of Collab.net's svnedge), and in "Path of solution or project" I browse to the trunk folder of the project, and click "Next".

I get an error:

svn: E155007: 'C:\Windows\Temp\tmpE533.tmp' exists and is not a directory

Three questions:

  1. What does this error mean?
  2. How does BuildMaster handle branches, tags, and trunk, when working with SVN? Once I've configured an app from SVN, I'll want to be able to tell BuildMaster to build different branches and tags of it, but it's not clear to me how BuildMaster will determine the appropriate URL for the different branches. There has to be some logic that maps branches into URLs, but I don't see where that is documented.
  3. How do I configure BuildMaster to not use c:\Windows\Temp as its location for temp files?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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Publishing a package containing source and symbols, packaged using the Nuget -symbols command, does provide symbols but not source stepping.

Visual Studio will only step into local code.

It is my understanding that Proget strips a Symbols package for the PDB and Source files, and i assume that it then updates the PDB sourcefile paths to reflect the source server setup.

If this is the case it does not work.

It that is not the expected behavior of Proget, then how do i manipulate the PDB to reflect the Proget source server, so the Source code is available for stepping.

nb. Proget claims that source and symbols are available for the package.

Thomas

Product: ProGet
Version: 2.2.13

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Hi.

We started using ProGet as our internal package server so we could share some custom packages with multiple teams. Since ProGet supports connectors behind a feed, we created one connector to the NuGet official repository in order to take advantage of its caching capabilities.

Things were going fine until we decided to ditch the official NuGet feed in Visual Studio and use only our ProGet-based one. After disabling the official feed NuGet failed to resolve any remote dependencies our custom packages might have. That seemed odd because we could install any remote package directly without any issues using the very same feed.

We did some debugging and found out that NuGet behaves differently when the official feed is enabled. Here's the trace when only our internal feed is available:

GET http://server/nuget/Default/Packages()?$filter=tolower(Id)%20eq%20'awssdk'&$orderby=Id
GET http://server/nuget/Default/Packages()?$filter=tolower(Id)%20eq%20'awssdk'&$orderby=Id

And here's the trace generated when both NuGet and our feed are enabled:

GET http://server/nuget/Default/Packages()?$filter=tolower(Id)%20eq%20'awssdk'&$orderby=Id
GET http://server/nuget/Default/Packages()?$filter=tolower(Id)%20eq%20'awssdk'&$orderby=Id
GET https://www.nuget.org/api/v2/FindPackagesById()?id='AWSSDK'
GET https://www.nuget.org/api/v2/FindPackagesById?id='AWSSDK'&$skiptoken='AWSSDK','1.4.8.1'
GET https://www.nuget.org/api/v2/FindPackagesById?id='AWSSDK'&$skiptoken='AWSSDK','1.5.30.1'
GET https://www.nuget.org/api/v2/FindPackagesById?id='AWSSDK'&$skiptoken='AWSSDK','2.0.1.0'

Is that a bug in ProGet, in NuGet or are we missing some configuration?

Thanks in advance.

Kind regards.

Product: ProGet
Version: 2.2.13

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Hi, is there a way to send an email (preferrably to a list of email addresses in a variable) when a build fails ?.

Thanks
Dave

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.5

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When I Stop IIS app pool > deploy > start IIS app pool I am running into some sort of timing issues. Is there any way to add a pause action?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.0

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Error when testing connection to Subversion repository.

Unable to connect. svn: E020014: Unable to connect to a repository at URL 'http://inedo-test-project.googlecode.com/svn/trunk'svn

From same server, able to access url from IE Browser OK.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.7

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We have many servers in our cloud environment and have decided to enable rolling deployments to ensure the least amount of downtime for our users. What is the best process for deploying to large numbers of servers where one of more of them may not be powered up when the deployment runs?

I see that you can set resume on failure and also log errors are warnings, but it seems like buildmaster takes a long time get past the operations if the servers are not active.

Also, we tried using server groups, but even with resume on next turned on, if one of the servers in the group was not active, the process failed.

Any ideas?

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.0

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A user with only view server permission (environments) was able to delete a server. I would expect them to not be able to change anything.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.6

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Hi,

I am using Jenkins extension and when I try to get Jenkins artifact of a specific job, I get this error

ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.Zip.ZipException: Cannot find central directory
at ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.Zip.ZipFile.ReadEntries()
at ICSharpCode.SharpZipLib.Zip.ZipFile..ctor(String name)
at Inedo.BuildMaster.Util.Files.ExtractZipFile(String sourceFileName, String targetPath, Boolean overwrite)
at Inedo.BuildMasterExtensions.Jenkins.GetArtifactAction.ProcessArtifact(Int32 BuildNumber, String BaseName, String RelativePath)

Please help me, I don't know if this is a BuildMaster issue or with the extension.

Thank you,

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.6

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Does anyone have any case studies or examples of SSRS Report Project deployments through BuildMaster? Most of our Report Projects are stored in TFS and it seems like this should be fairly easily, but we'd like to package them together with the other releases as they're usually enhanced and developed alongside and during other development work.

Product: BuildMaster
Version: 4.1.4

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